bugPSPP - Bugs: bug #26754, Incomplete 'Select cases' window

 
 

bug #26754: Incomplete 'Select cases' window

Submitted by:  Michel Boaventura <michelboaventura>
Submitted on:  Mon Jun 8 02:23:47 2009  
Votes:  20  
 
Category: Graphical User InterfaceSeverity: 1 - Wishlist
Status: NoneAssigned to: None
Open/Closed: OpenRelease: Future
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Thu Apr 10 05:24:37 2014, comment #6:

"filter_$" variable is nominal.

SPSS use this syntax, then creating it and filter by it:

DATASET ACTIVATE DataSet1.
USE ALL.
COMPUTE filter_$=(Lytis = "v").
VARIABLE LABELS filter_$ 'Lytis = "v" (FILTER)'.
VALUE LABELS filter_$ 0 'Not Selected' 1 'Selected'.
FORMATS filter_$ (f1.0).
FILTER BY filter_$.
EXECUTE.

SPSS use this syntax, then coping selected variables to new dataset:

DATASET COPY MyNewDataSet.
DATASET ACTIVATE MyNewDataSet.
FILTER OFF.
USE ALL.
SELECT IF (Lytis = "m").
EXECUTE.
DATASET ACTIVATE DataSet1.

Mindaugas <embar>
Thu Apr 10 05:14:49 2014, comment #5:

And near "If..." button, you can put expression for filter.

SPSS also has option to output/copy selected cases to new dataset.
(see attachment)

(file #31148)

Mindaugas <embar>
Thu Apr 10 05:05:54 2014, comment #4:

Then selecting option "If condition is satisfied" in SPSS,
it opens similar dialog as in "Compute variable" dialog to compute "filter_$" variable, which has label of entered expression. PSPP could also create "filter_$" variable.

Mindaugas <embar>
Tue Oct 13 11:27:53 2009, comment #3:

This button has existed for a long time, but its visibility is
turned off, because I haven't ever implemented the associated dialog. Feel free to implement it and hook it in as appropriate.

John Darrington <jmd>
Project Administrator
Tue Oct 13 00:43:08 2009, comment #2:

I'm trying to fix this, but seems like some of it was already made. On psppire.ui there is an "If condition is satisfied", but it doesn't appears on psppire.

Did you start to fix it John?

Michel Boaventura <michelboaventura>
Project Member
Mon Jun 8 02:37:33 2009, comment #1:

As I recall, the Compute dialog has a similar button, which opens an identical subdialog.

John Darrington <jmd>
Project Administrator
Mon Jun 8 02:23:47 2009, original submission:

On SPSS's 'Select cases' windows there is an option "If condition is satisfied", who is used to select bases based on some variable.

PSPP doesn't has this option.

Michel Boaventura <michelboaventura>
Project Member

 

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file #31148:  Select cases IF--.png added by embar (33kB - image/png - "Select cases" dialog in SPSS 21)

 

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    Thu Apr 10 05:14:49 2014embarAttached File-=>Added Select cases IF--.png, #31148
    Sat May 14 04:54:22 2011blpReleaseNone=>Future
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